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Book Review: Dust by Jackie Druga

April 10, 2012


nuclear war

The following article has been contributed by fellow prepper Barbara Billig, author of “The Nuclear Catastrophe”. It has been published with permission of the author. It does not necessarily represent the views of DUST by Jackie Druga This fiction novel is based on an occurrence that hopefully will never happen – nuclear missiles unexpectedly […]

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Protecting Yourself from Radiation

March 19, 2012


Protecting yourself from nuclear radiation

Last week, I reviewed a disaster-survival book about a nuclear meltdown and also listed some of the pros and cons associated with nuclear energy.  Regardless of how you feel about the safety and wisdom of nuclear power plants, they already exist.  There is also that outside possibility that “nukes” would accidentally or intentionally be launched […]

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Nuclear Energy: Pros and Cons

March 12, 2012


is nuclear energy a good idea

Yesterday was the one-year anniversary of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster in Japan.  As such, it seemed a good idea to consider this source of energy and its possible impact on us. Next week, I’ll try to cover some of the ways you can protect yourself from the harmful effects radiation in case of a […]

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Book Review: The Nuclear Catastrophe

March 9, 2012


Nuclear Awareness Day

Sunday, March 11, is the one-year anniversary of the nuclear disaster of Japan’s’ Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant  and so, in consideration of that, I have a very fitting book review. You know my penchant for novels in the preparedness and disaster-survival vein, so several weeks back, I downloaded a few more for my Kindle.  One that […]

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